Amba Mata Temple in Junagadh, is situated at the top of the Girnar mountain. The Girnar mountain is one of the impotent pilgrimage sit of Junagadh, which is itself a very picturesque town of India. Apart from the Amba Mata Temple, Junagadh is dotted with a number of historical monuments and temples.
Amba Mata Temple of Junagadh is dedicated to an incarnation of the mother Goddess Amba. The temple is mainly visited by the newly married couples. They come here to acquire the blessings of the Goddess and secure the eternal conjugal bliss. The construction of the Amba Mata Temple of Gujarat dates back to the 12th century and it is mainly visited to attain a happy marriage. You will get a wonderful view of the down town from the Amba Mata Temple on the Girnar Mountain.
The Goddess Amba was the most worshiped deities of pre-Aryan race. In this mountain, the imprinted footsteps of Goddess were found. Further the imprints of her chariot were also seen here before the Amba Mata Temple of Junagadh was constructed . According to legends, the tonsure ceremony of Lord Krishna also took place in this religious site. There is a golden yantra in the Amba Mata Temple with 51 'shlokas' on it. In the courtyard of the Amba Mata Temple of Junagadh the folk drama called 'Bhavai' is performed.